Horizon Europe event takes on greater significance as COP27 highlights the importance of cross-nation collaboration for long term sustainability
COP27 has highlighted the importance of cross-nation collaboration for long term sustainability.
Gerard Stephens, Materials Processing Institute Director, Operations will be at this week’s Horizon Europe Key Enabling Technologies Brokerage Event in Strasbourg to develop proposals and consortia for the next two years of Horizon Europe funding calls.
Horizon Europe is the EU’s key funding programme for research and innovation and the event includes sessions on:
* Circular Economy, Raw Materials & Steel
* Digital, Artificial Intelligence / Data / Robotics
Opportunities will be available attendees to discuss and develop project collaborations through pre-arranged one-to-one meetings and the event briefings.
Gerard has set up a profile page on the event website which covers the Materials Processing Institute's areas of expertise and services to improve industrial processes and develop new materials, to help reduce carbon emissions and reduce dependency on fossil fuels, and speed up the transition to a circular economy.
The featured services and expertise of the Institute to support the funding calls include:
* Digitalisation of Industrial Processes
* Green Technologies for Steelmaking
* Metal Powder Development for Powder Metallurgy Processes
* Industrial Symbiosis and Material Valorisation
* Life Cycle Assessment and Carbon Footprinting
* Hydrogen direct reduction of iron and steelmaking
* Developing the circular economy for metals
* Digitalisation of foundation industry factories
* Powder development for additive manufacturing
Anyone attending and wanting a one-to-one meeting with Gerard during or after the event can do this by registering through the event website: https://kets2022.b2match.io/
Alternatively, if you are not attending, but want to discuss opportunities, contact the Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org
7 November 2022